Barack Obama: The 44th American President. There goes the Internet!

Web 2.0 has indicated it long time ago and earlier today the results of the 2008 US Presidential Election confirms it. Yes, Barack Obama (check out Obama The Pig) has won and he has been elected as the 44th American President, the first African-American elevated to the White House!

American tech blogs and gay tech geeks are celebrating Obama’s historic victory at the moment, I guess now they’re all eager to see how their new gay-loving President will lead America in the next few years. Tech geeks of course will be anxious to see who will get the post of Chief Technology Officer, a new cabinet-level position for America that was proposed by Obama himself. Now that he has been elected as President, tech geeks will have the chance to have more say in the technology and internet sectors and that is not entirely good news for the World Wide Web since American tech geeks have the tendency to make silly decisions that do more destruction than good.

May God help us all!

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